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compiling, perhaps new Xcode problem #182
It should compile
It doesn't compile
Steps to Reproduce (for bugs)
I did (after a "git pull" in my MMseqs2 directory):
MMseqs Output (for bugs)
[ 41%] Building CXX object src/CMakeFiles/mmseqs-framework.dir/commons/Util.cpp.o
tried in an iMac, and a Mac Pro. Xcode 10.2, and gcc-8 (homebrew).
The update happened yesterday (both system and Xcode), and I had the brilliant idea of also installing: /Library/Developer/CommandLineTools/Packages/macOS_SDK_headers_for_macOS_10.14.pkg
To ensure having the /usr/lib and /usr/include directories (from the command-line Xcode tools).
Here is some other person having issues with this header:
Yep. I saw that. I already have brew gcc, and it doesn't solve the problem. I'd guess that gcc-8 would use its own libraries, but I have not found a way to ignore mac's own libraries yet. At least to ignore that ucred.h thing.
You could copy the macOS sdk from the other computer and use something like in the following link to not use the broken sdk:
sysctl.h is a System Header, any Compiler will have to load that and would not be able to provide its own.